A prolific composer whose teachers included Reger and Debussy, Erwin Schulhoff (1894-1942) perished in the Holocaust. This evening presents selected pieces of his work. Schulhoff’s “Hot Sonata for Saxophone and Piano” (1930) will be performed by Mart Ehrlich, saxophone, and Mimi Stern-Wolfe, piano. The Downtown Chamber Quartet with Marshall Cold, violin; Rachel Golub, violin; Veronica…
As part of its exploration of Gravity, the Chelsea Music Festival presents a program at the Leo Baeck Institute celebrating Albert Einstein’s contributions to science as well as his lifelong love for his violin and chamber music. Einstein is known to have said that “life without playing music is inconceivable…I live my daydreams in music….
Phoenix Chamber Ensemble performing Haydn’s Trio in E H:XV:28, the second Mozart Quartet in E flat, a Beethoven violin-piano sonata and more.
This evening’s program features the Festival’s 2015 Anne-Sophie Mutter Foundation artist, violist Vladimir Babeshko, in one of Joseph Joachim’s soaring Hebrew Melodies and in Kodaly’s Serenade for String Trio
A group of elite, cosmopolitan Jewish women played a central role in shaping the dynamic cultural world of late 18th-century Berlin. Sara Levy, an influential salon hostess and performing musician interacted with important composers and intellectuals of her day. Professors Nancy Sinkoff (Rutgers) and Christoph Wolff (Harvard) comment on Levy’s life and times and the music performed in this concert.
Phoenix Chamber Ensemble performing Schubert’s Trio in E-flat major, Brahms’ Trio in C major and Zaretsky’s 9/11 – In Memoriam. Made possible through the generous support of Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Blavatnik.
The Phoenix Chamber Ensemble performing Stravinsky’s Suite de L’histoire du soldat for violin clarinet and piano, Prokofiev’s Sonata in D Major for violin and piano and Ravel’s Piano Trio.
LBI is proud to co-present the concert “Silent Moons and Brahmsian Schoenbergs” in conjunction with the Chelsea Music Festival. Featuring works by Brahms, Schoenberg, Mendelssohn and the New York Premiere of Augusta Read Thomas’ “Silent Moon.”
Orchestra Jakobsplatz Munich, directed by Daniel Grossmann, makes its New York debut at Symphony Space on Monday October 21, 2013. The concert features music by Mendelssohn, Klein, Mahler, and Schulhoff. LBI is proud to be a cultural sponsor of this concert. Unfortunately, the ticket giveaway is now closed. Founded by conductor Daniel Grossmann in 2005, the orchestra takes…
“Transcending Tradition” presents the life and work of Jewish mathematicians in Germany. Join us for the exhibit opening featuring mathematician Peter Lax, historian Moritz Epple, and a performance by the Momenta Quartet.